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Megan Cullen

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  1. These links aren't working anymore. Does anyone know if there is a way to access them? I used to make those simple elephants and i really liked them!
  2. I have a free pattern on my blog today for tiny carrots. They go with my bunny pattern which I posted in the 'patterns for sale' forum. Free Carrot Pattern Here: http://mossmountain.blogspot.com/2016/03/free-carrot-crochet-pattern.html
  3. Thank you everyone! They are one of my favorite patterns. I made a bunch for orders, and lately have been making them in different colors with patches/spots.
  4. Here are some of my bunnies from my pattern. I had to make some for an order, so I thought I would do a new photo shoot. The photos I had in my shop were pretty old and kinda grainy. I'm really happy with how these ones turned out. I hope you enjoy them.
  5. Oh, he is too cute. I love his fat feet and his bright nose. Very nice!
  6. Thank you all! I wonder if we have any threads for posting to find people in your area? I tried to find people via Ravelry but all the groups near me were pretty much dead in the water. La sigh.
  7. I love the hats,USpolishgirl! The beads add a really nice touch to the white. I would totally wear it.
  8. This is something I definitely want to try, but have not done yet. Anyone have suggestions on a good first time tutorial or pattern for bead crochet?
  9. Is enterlac the same as Tunisian? I've never heard of it.
  10. I'm sorry that you are closing down, by the way. It looks like you did very well on there.
  11. wow, thank you! for some reason that link took me to a 'leaving facebook' link that then leads to Etsy shop if you allow it. It did work, tho.
  12. Hi all! Yesterday I decided to offer one of my patterns for free. It is for a cute sleepy bedbug. He is worked all in one piece, except for his nightcap. He's pretty easy, and only 3-5 inches long depending on what yarn/hook you use. Works up quick, so he's a great last minute gift. http://mossmountain.blogspot.com/2016/02/a-bug-for-bug.html
  13. I'm not sure exactly the shape you're going for, but one way to create a bend or change in direction instead of decreasing is to use some hdc, dc, in place you want the shape to bend up or down, and then continue with sc (or even sl st) on the side that should stay even. I hope that makes sense.
  14. What a cute idea. I am tempted to try to come up with something myself. I don't like the opening at the front, personally. I'd love the one the OP was looking for to turn up.
  15. Well goodness! That is something I had never heard of. You learn something new every day. **Scratches head* Perhaps I should be selling these. LOL
  16. That does look really cool. I made a rug once using a doily pattern, simply used double strand of super chunky yarn and a large hook.
  17. Very pretty. I love your color choices. I think lavender and green look so feminine. I also like pink and green together. Just don't have a baby to make things for ...
  18. Very cute. My preference is for the more simple animal hats. I do a bear hat with just ears too, and no face. Same with my sheep hat. I do add features to some, though, such as fox.
  19. I am guessing you have already given the bear, but it is very cute, and I would suggest that you crochet very small flat pink circles to add to the cheeks. That way there is no worry over allergens/toxins.
  20. They are so adorable! How did she react when you showed her?
  21. My Pinterest is MossMountain. Follow me and I'll follow you ... I don't log in as often now that I"m at my parents' because they have limited internet juice, and all the pictures on there tend to use a lot of juice. But I get on there when they have exceeded their limit because it doesn't matter after that ... it's just slow.
  22. This is adorable. Has anyone here made any?
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